The PF7SR surround sound speaker is designed to reproduce surround effects as part of a home cinema installation. Equipped with drivers oriented toward different points in the room, this speaker is necessary to reproduce all the atmospheric surround sound effects of films, TV series and concerts.
With the Elipson Prestige Facet 7 SR, the lateral walls of the listening room are used to offer a much more immersive listening experience. These speakers handle the full range of immersive multichannel formats and completely surround the listener with sound. They have inherited all the trademarks of the Prestige Facet range: an elegant design, high-quality materials, a meticulous finish... The passive filter is composed of audiophile-grade components to offer a particularly precise and detailed listening experience.
This surround speaker offers the unique feature of functioning in dipole mode (one or two channels). It is equipped with a 17 cm mid-low driver and two 25 mm horn-loaded tweeters to offer ultra-efficient directivity and add a few surprises to the listening experience. Its frequency response ranges from 65 Hz et 20 kHz à ± 3 dB Its dual binding posts allow it to be connected to the surround and rear surround channels of a home cinema receiver.
The energy and detail offered by this speaker make it an ideal choice for a 5.1 or 7.1 home cinema installation.
Elipson is a French brand that dates back to 1938, known as Multimoteur at the time. Since the start this speaker company has focused on loudspeakers with a strong visual identity, the elliptical shapes are coupled with the name. The still legendary BS50 loudspeaker from Elipson was launched in 1953, an elliptical loudspeaker with the driver facing upwards to an acoustic reflector. It made a huge statement in the 50’s.
A lot of today’s design builds on the philosophy from that time. They strive to push the boundaries outside the normal hi-fi train of thought, as beautifully demonstrated by the current top of the range, Sound Tree. A loudspeaker system built up from a subwoofer “trunk” with twelve Planet M speakers hanging from it like branches with apples, hanging from the tree with varying lengths.